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1934 Ford 4-Door Woodie

“The 101 Woodie” is named for California’s Highway 101 which winds along the San Diego beaches in north San Diego county. This flawless 1934 4-door Woodie was designed and built by Jordan Quintal’s Super Rides by Jordan, one of the preeminent craftsmen in the hot rod world and past winner of the esteemed Ridler.

The classic 4-door Woodie body, hand built by Cecil Taylor at the Hercules Motor Car Company in Tampa, FL, was mounted on a TCI chassis. The 101 Woodie is powered by an aluminum Ford 427 bored and stroked to 486 CI, creating 500+ HP and 575 ft/pounds of torque.

All the wood finishing and detail installation was completed by Ron Heiden of Heiden Woodworking, Encinitas, CA. Ron’s finishing work includes ribbon grain mahogany panels inside and out, as well as hard maple, birch, and a basswood roof slats. Ron also added mahogany and maple to the Budnik steering wheel, as well as to the top of the floor mounted gearshift. The custom surfboard roof rack was constructed using maple and walnut and is finished to complement the wood on the body. The design, materials, and craftsmanship of the wood is remarkable in detail and finish.

The 101 Woodie was painted a spectacular PPG Vibrance “Hellfire” by Best of Show, Escondido, CA. The undercarriage of the Woodie is as well painted and detailed with stainless steel and chrome as the body. In the sunlight, the spectacular paint on the fenders and hood displays a wide spectrum of deep candy apple “Hellfire” colors as the radius of the fenders and hood move from shadow to sunlight.

The classic leather interior, which includes leather seats front and rear and wool carpeting, was completed by the award winning Armando’s Custom Interiors. The interior includes an original 1934 Ford dashboard that has been modified to accept beautiful and functional Classic Instrument gauges. The rear gate swings down to reveal a custom mahogany interior with chrome luggage strips and a panel which hides the gas tank filler cap.

In addition to the dashboard and rear gate design, the innovative and beautiful hood superstructure, engine compartment firewall, custom tanks, engine valve covers, and other custom details were created by Super Rides by Jordan.

The Woodie’s aluminum Ford 486 cubic inch engine includes Edelbrock heads, a Crane roller, and Imagine Injection. In addition to generating 500+ HP and being lightning quick, the 101 Woodie cruises at 70 mph on the highway with ease. The engine was built by Gregg Scott Racing Engines, El Cajon, CA. The transmission is a hardy Chevy 4L80-E.

The suspension components were built by Kugel Komponents of La Habra and include stainless steel and polished chrome IFS, and IRS with a 9” Ford rear end. The brakes have 13” drilled and slotted rotors. The limited slip differential carries a 3:08 gear that allows for low RPM highway cruising. The Budnik wheels are 17 x 7” front and 18 x 8” rear.

This award winning Woodie is perhaps the top hot rod Woodie in California, combining stunning good looks with its lightning quickness. It is no surprise that the 101 Woodie won “The Best Hot Rod Woodie” award at the two most prestigious southern California Woodie shows, the 2007 Wavecrest show in Encinitas, California, and the 2007 and 2008 Doheny Wood shows held at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, CA.

The 101 Woodie has a total of 1807 miles, having been driven only to shows and Woodie events in San Diego and Orange Counties. It was registered in California as a 1934 Ford from New York and carries current California title, registration and tags.

Please refer to the attached specification sheet for more details.

Asking Price: $225,000


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Title and Mileage
1934 Ford 4-door Woodie

Super Rides by Jordan, Escondido, CA, Jordan Quintal
- all custom details and components including dashboard and gauges, hood superstructure, engine compartment firewall, custom tanks, valve covers and much more

Hercules Motor Car Company, Tampa, FL, Cecil Taylor
- suicide front and rear doors with piano hinges
- concealed door latches
- all steel fenders, running boards and 1-piece hood
- Drake grille
- 20 gallon fuel tank

Best of Show, Escondido, CA
- PPG Vibrance "Hellfire"
- bottom side painted and detailed as well as the top side

Armando’s Custom Interiors, San Jacinto, CA, George Torres
- Classic Instrument gauges
- original 1934 dash modified for gauges

Heiden Woodworking, Encinitas, CA, Ron Heiden
- hard maple and birch exterior and interior
- ribbon grain mahogany panels
- basswood roof slats
- custom mahogany and maple on a Budnik steering wheel

- custom design and construction of maple and walnut


TCI Engineering, Ontario, CA

Gregg Scott Racing Engines, El Cajon, CA
- aluminum 427 CI Ford, bored and stroked to 486 CI
- Edelbrock heads, Crane roller
- 575 ft/pounds of torque, 500+ HP

Imagine Injection, Phoenix, AZ

Chevy 4L80-E, manual valve body

Kugel Komponents, La Habra, CA
- stainless steel and polished chrome IFS and 9" Ford IRS
- 13" drilled and slotted rotors
- 3.08 limited slip differential

Budnik Wheels, Huntington Beach, CA
- 17x 7” front, Pirelli 205/50 ZR17
- 18 x 8” rear, Pirelli 255/55 ZR18

Walker ZAC

Vintage Air

1934 Ford, State of California title
1807 total miles